It’s hard not to fall in love with country music in all its forms. There’re all kinds of country music, from Cajun to Bro-country, Ameripolitan, Appalachian folk, there’s even Canadian country music. Country music, however, originated in the southern part of the United States. Which is why there’s, of course, also Texas country music, folk rock, southern rock, and more. A pick from any top country love songs will tell you why this brand of music is loved so much.

We’ve decided to make our own guide on country music style with some upbeat examples. Find your country inspiration below!

Why Do We Love Country Music?

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With certain features of folk music, country songs about love are usually ballads or dance tunes. This music is played with such instruments as banjos, harmonicas, fiddles, acoustic and electric guitars. Existing since the 1920s, country music is woven into the fabric of American history. Beautiful music that is as fun to listen to, and memorable. Therefore, if you’re looking for a love song, you might want to consider some country songs about love.

Classic Country Love Songs

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In general, classic country love songs include hits from mainstream country and western music over time. The words can pull at your heartstrings and make you shiver all over at the same time. In addition, this type of music is chosen for its ability to relax you. They have very strong and deep messages of love. This is why they are a great inclusion to your wedding playlist.

The classics are also the top country love songs; therefore, you cannot go wrong with either. Whether you’re having a country wedding or traditional one, these songs will do you justice.So, your guests can choose to just sit, listen and enjoy, or get up and dance to the list we have here.

“When You Say Nothing At All”  by Keith Whitley

“It’s Your Love”  by Tim McGraw & Faith Hill

“You’re Still The One”  by Shania Twain

“We Danced” by Brad Paisley

“I Cross My Heart”  by George Strait

“The Keeper of the Stars” by Tracy Byrd

“Will Always Love You”  by Vince Gill & Dolly Parton

“I Swear”  by John Michael Montgomery

“Me & You”  by Kenny Chesney

“When I Said I Do”  by Clint Black & Lisa Hartman Black

Pop Country Songs About Love

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This type of country music incorporates features from pop and rock culture. This adds a little more flexibility to core country and gives you better options for wedding songs. It also pulls in listeners from all walks of life, giving us a little country to add to the mix.

So, if your guests are hardcore rock or pop fans, they might just appreciate some country pop too. Either way, this delightful list of top country love songs from the country pop genre, can help you decide.

“I Choose You”  by Sara Bareilles

“How Long Will I Love You”  by Ellie Goulding

“Then”  by Brad Paisley

“Remember When”  by Alan Jackson

“God Gave Me You”  by Blake Shelton

“Lucky”  by Jason Mraz and ColbieCaillat

“If I Didn’t Have You” by Thompson Square

“Love Me Like You Do”  by Ellie Goulding

“When You Look Me In The Eyes” by Jonas Brothers

“I’m Yours”  by Jason Mraz

Romantic Country Gospel Songs

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Romantic, yet gospel country songs are a great hit for Christian or religious weddings. No doubt, they send the right message without adversely affecting the spiritual natureof the wedding. Here, quite a number of top country love songs fall into this category.

Of course, this music will work if you’re religious or have a religious family, or you’re having a church wedding. The message in these songs makes them perfect for inclusion in your wedding playlist, country wedding or not. Thus, you definitely do not have to be country to enjoy country love songs.

“Till The End Of Time” by Hubert Dapliyan

“With All My Heart”  by Hubert Dapliyan

“New Again”  by Brad Paisley and Sara Evans

“Bless The Broken Road”  by Rascal Flatts

“God Gave Me You”  by Blake Shelton

“I Love You This Much”  by Jimmy Wayne

“Holes In The Floor Of Heaven” by Steve Wariner

“Fit To Be Tied”  by Sammy Kershaw

“Dance With Me”  by Johnny Reid

“Here We Stand” by Rebecca Hagerman, Zac Laidlaw, Dave and Karrie Fraser

Touching And Slow Country Music

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Great for the reception segment of any wedding. Granted you might not want slow country music at a beach or boho style wedding. However, you can listen to this collection and find out if it’s for you. Touching and slow country music has tunes which work best for indoor weddings and receptions with dimmed lights. Having a simple wedding with just those closest to your heart? This collection of country songs about love might be for you.

“Remember When”  by Alan Jackson

“I Cross My Heart”  by George Strait

“Baby i’m amazed by you”  by Lonestar

“Better Than I Used To Be”  by Tim McGraw

“Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right”  by Billy Currington:

“Just To See You Smile”  by Tim McGraw

“Woman Like You”  by Lee Brice

“Bring On The Rain”  by Jo Dee Messina & Tim McGraw

“The Good Stuff” by Kenny Chesney

“When You Say Nothing At All” by Keith Whitley

Upbeat Country Rock Love Some Tunes

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These tunes are definitely for a country themed wedding or anything closely resembling one. Get the heels of your country lovin’ family and friends clicking with these awesome country songs. What is a country wedding without the right kind of music and top country love songs? No doubt, country rock is an infusion of country tunes with some features of rock music. This will especially help with the few in your wedding party who might be more inclined to rock.

Either way, you are sure to have a lot of fun on your special day with country love songs such as these. You’ll be hard-pressed to find such a collection, which would surely make for a great wedding playlist.

“Looking for a Reason”  by Little Big Town

“Would You Go With Me”  by Josh Turner

“Just A Kiss”  by Lady Antebellum

“I Could Get Used To This” The Veronicas

“Kiss Goodbye” by Little Big Town

“We Danced”  by Brad Paisley

“Marry Me” by Train

“Second Serenade”  by Like A Knife

“Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” by Lady Antebellum

“All we´d ever need” by Lady Antebellum

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